In this emotionally charged conversation with journalist Kurt Andersen, designer David Rockwell recounts the process of constructing an elegantly understated viewing platform at Ground Zero shortly after 9/11. Collaborating closely with what he describes as a “design SWAT team” of other New York-based architects and designers, including Richard Scofidio, Elizabeth Diller and Kevin Keenan, the result was a quiet, dignified, powerful memorial that was, most important, entirely appropriate for its surroundings.
architecture June 13, 2007
David Rockwell Speaks At TED
Here is the description for the lecture given by Rockwell from the TED website: